What the administration can do is remove obstacles to the incipient Cuban private sector.

Let’s start with the Internet.

The United States should do everything we can to facilitate Internet access for Cuban citizens. Ordinary Cubans wait for hours to purchase Internet time at Cuban telephone company offices, the closest thing there is to Internet cafes.

Anything we can do on our end to facilitate real Internet access in Cuba is worthwhile, even if the “price” of doing that is working with the Cuban government telecommunications monopoly....

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Date Title
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Editorial Board, The New York Times
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Mimi Whitefield, The Miami Herald
11/24/15 Social media helps drive historic Cuban exodus to US
Michael Weissenstein, AP
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Jim Wyss, The Miami Herald
11/21/15 Old Havana reflects a new era of physical, social change in Cuba
Paul Guzzo, The Tampa Tribune
11/20/15 US travelers in Cuba can now use Stonegate Bank debit cards
Nicholas Nehamas, The Miami Herald
11/20/15 Marco Rubio on his Cuban roots, island's future
Julie Pace, AP
11/20/15 Central American leaders to mediate dispute over Cuban migrants
Esteban Felix, AP
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Daniel Trotta, Reuters
11/18/15 Why Wall Street Sees Cash in Cuban TV
Charlie Gasparino, Fox Business
11/18/15 Cuba blames US for instigating surge of migrants from island
Javier Cordoba and Christine Armario, AP
11/17/15 Cuban Adjustment Act inextricably tied to the embargo
Ricardo Herrero, El Nuevo Herald
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Michael Maisel, The Huffington Post
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